OSCAR DUNN- 1825-1871

Oscar J. Dunn is best remembered as Louisiana’s first Black Lieutenant Governor, serving from 1868 to 1871. Dunn was born in New Orleans to...

DID YOU KNOW: Lee Roy Young

In 1988, Lee Roy Young became the first African-American Texas Ranger in the 20th Century. Lee Roy Young was the first Black in the police...

Kara McCullough, a scientist working for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, has been crowned...

LAS VEGAS, Nevada- Kara McCullough, a scientist working for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, has been crowned Miss USA. McCullough, who represented the District of...

Blind Lemon Jefferson

The first artist to take the blues back “down home” on a national scale was Blind Lemon Jefferson, the “King of Country Blues.” Proud Texan He...

Get ready to be inspired by Malcolm X Festival 2017; Celebrating the Potential and...

The theme for the 2017 Malcolm X Festival is, ‘Don’t Give Up On Our Youth, Educate! Educate! Organize!’ celebrating the energy, potential and genius...

DID YOU KNOW!!!

The TWENTY-FOURTH UNITED STATES INFANTRY played a significant role in protecting American freedom and history, but their “Thank You” from Houston was disrespected like...

50 Year Anniversary of Muhammad Ali’s Refusal to Step Forward for Military Induction and...

WHO:Southwest Student Regional Minister Dr. Robert S. Muhammad, Muhammad Mosque No.45, Local Organizing Committee for Justice or Else, Activists, and Affiliated Community Organizations WHAT: Commemoration...

Tuskegee Airman Buford Johnson Takes Final Flight

It is with great sadness and deep appreciation for selfless service to a grateful nation that the inland region bids farewell to Tuskegee Airman,...

Women of Power and Influence: Leesa Renee Hall

(Black PR Wire) In recognition of Women’s History Month, Black PR Wire and Women Grow strong have teamed up to honor and recognize women...